Keswick Museum & Art Gallery is commemorating the centenary of the beginning of the First World War with a small exhibition called “It’ll be over by Christmas!” opening on Monday 4th August. This will include items from its collection and those on loan by local historian Jeff Taylor . This marks the...

The next step towards transforming secondary education in Workington was taken today with Councillors approving the closure of both Southfield Tech...

Eden District Council and Penrith AFC have been in discussion about a leasing agreement for the Frenchfield Stadium since the Club took up occupanc...

Cumbria police are continuing to warn the public that bogus telephone calls are being made from people claiming to be from Microsoft or Windows, in...

Police are investigating the circumstances of a road traffic collision which occurred between Outrigg, St Bees and Grove Road, Egremont at around 6...

Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Richard Rhodes has today launched his second annual report. The Commissioner has a statutory responsi...

Simon Morgan and his team at the eye department of Westmorland General Hospital have been nominated for a national award after outstanding praise f...

Volunteers masterminding the painstaking renovation of forgotten benches in Windermere say they desperately need a base to continue their work. Windermere Bench Project brings young and old together...
Property lawyer Kathryn Hill has joined Burnetts’ West Cumbria office from Milburns Solicitors in Workington. With over 17 years’ experience in property law, Kathryn will work primarily from...
Annie Reader, a former Low Wood Bay Resort Hotel chambermaid, celebrated her 100th birthday with afternoon tea at the hotel. Mrs Reader who was born in Barrow was a chambermaid at Low Wood Bay on the...
Prima Uno the specialist Project and Forensic Planning, Consultancy has announced 1st August as the date for the official opening of their new offices at Phoenix Court, Cleator Moor.  Cutting...

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